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Canadian NFT Owners Sign with TIME Studios for Country’s First NFT-Based Original Children’s Series

Animated series, “the littles,” will become just the fourth NFT-based property created by the studio.

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March 23, 2022

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A Vancouver couple’s NFT collection – which was inspired by their two-year-old daughter – will be the first in Canada to be featured in an original children’s series, as part of a new partnership recently announced by TIME Studios. 

With a collection of 10,000 unique NFTs that live on the Ethereum blockchain, “the littles” was founded in November by Vancouver-based Wilson Lee and Cass Chan, featuring animated bears – their daughter’s favorite animal. There are more than 5,500 holders, with each NFT currently costing a minimum of $1,200. 

Only TIME Studio’s fourth NFT-based property, the new series will be based on “the littles” characters as part of the studio’s animated franchise lineup. 

“Web3 has enabled me to share my roots globally, and through ‘the littles’ to capture and share that long-forgotten sense of awe that children have,” says Lee, founder of “the littles.” “We’re excited to continue reaching new audiences and be able to tell stories through NFTs, not just in Vancouver and across Canada but also with the world.” 

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